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Nevertheless, communication through shared variables may lead to functional non-determinism. As commented previously, it is essential to detect any functional non-determinism in the specification in order to, if necessary, provide the mechanisms to avoid it in the final implementation. Two kinds of functional non-determinism can be distinguished. The first, which we will call unexpected non-determinism, is caused by the concurrent access to the variable by the two tasks. 11. e. persons entering a building through different gates) but, which have to be accumulated in the same variable X.
Note finally that property definitions can be a member of any number of consistency constraints. Moreover, they may be listed as a member of the independent sub-specification for some of the consistency constraints, and as a member of the dependent sub-specification for the remaining consistency constraints -- the consistency constraints on functional equivalence alluded to above illustrate this last case. This completes our brief overview of the design formalism used to characterize the design space in our early exploration framework.
1. 4 The Algorithm and Architecture-level Models As alluded to before, two models are maintained (within the design space exploration sub-system) to capture the design decisions made so far by the designer: (1) algorithmic models that represent the system behavior; and (2) architectural models that represent possible realizations of the system behavior. In this section, both models are reviewed in some detail. 4. 1 Algorithm-Level Model The algorithmic model is constructed by compiling the algorithmic description provided in the initial system specification into a set of hierarchical data flow graphs [PeJa97].